"A former Chairman of the Ghana Football Association Dr. Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe"
A former Chairman of the Ghana Football Association Dr. Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe has described as a "wrong move" the decision by the GFA to challenge the Dzamefe Commission report in Court.
The Ghana Football Association has served served notice it is going to court to challenge aspects of the Dzamefe Commission of Inquiry report, which the FA described as “misleading and inaccurate.”
A statement by GFA said its Lawyers have been “instructed to challenge the findings” of the Commission in court.
The GFA statement added: “The posturing of the commission by describing the kit manager as a 'ball boy', and the several other misleading and inaccurate conclusions, is what has led the GFA to instruct its lawyers to challenge the findings in court as mandated by the constitution of Ghana.
Speaking to Morning Starr host Kafui Dey on Starr 103.5FM Monday, the leading member of the New Patriotic Party said the GFA must take its time and study the entire document before going to court.
“I think that would be a wrong move to do...I don’t know if they have fully read the report...I think they should have taken their time. I think the leadership of FA should take its time before it goes to the court”.
“I don’t think going to court is the way to go about it,” Nyaho-Tamakloe added.Share your views
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